Concert series to highlight talents of young musicians

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Concert series to highlight talents of young musicians
(Photo : CASE)

Local heritage celebrated in the sonorous acoustics of St. George Anglican Church
The Centre for Access to Services in English (CASE) is presenting a special duo of cultural events in March, organized in partnership with the St. George Foundation and les Productions Artscène of the Cégep de Drummondville.

The concert series will feature recent and upcoming graduates from the cégep’s “Virtuose” program, performing in the beautiful setting of the historic St. George Anglican Church. To add a unique twist, each concert will open with a special guest giving a short talk about local heritage in the spirit of each evening’s theme.

First Concert, March 3 at 7 p.m.
“Place aux Femmes: Jazz et Toiles / Jazz and Art, Her Way”
Featuring The Kelowna Rose Jazz Quartet and Chantal Proulx, Historian

This concert will feature the exciting talents of the Kelowna Rose Jazz Quartet, an ensemble put together by recent “Virtuose” graduate Kelowna Chauvin, and includes a fellow recent graduate, Antoine St-Onge, on bass. The quartet is rounded out by two teachers from the music department, Philippe Brochu on drums and Sylvain Marcotte on keyboard.
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